Neapolitan (also known as harlequin) ice cream is thought to be named after the Italian city of Naples. Historically the dessert consisted of the three colours of the Italian flag: green (pistachio or almond), white (vanilla), and red (cherry, actually pink). Our modern version of this classic treat has evolved to incorporate the three top selling flavours of ice cream. Can you name them? Can you identify which flavour is not in Neapolitan ice cream as we know it today? Let us know how you did in the comment section below, and tell us:
Which flavour is NOT found in the current traditional Neapolitan ice cream?